Our service crosses international borders.  As such, we are bound by law to include commercial invoices in our shipments to properly represent you at BVI Customs.  You'll need to send Aeropost an invoice by website upload (fastest processing), by email or in person in order for the package to be released from Miami.

An invoice must be provided by your supplier and should contain enough information for a customs officer to determine if the goods being imported are admissible, and if so, what the correct Harmonized Tariff Schedule classification and rate of duty should be.


There is no specific format for an invoice, however at a minimum, an invoice should:

1. Describe the item(s) clearly
2. Give the quantity
3. State the value (price paid, or value)
4. Shipper Info: Name & address of business or person sending the goods
5. Consignee Info: Name & address of business or person receiving the goods


Should an invoice not be available, your shipper may create one here.(https://invoice-generator.com/#/) Please be advised that any such “created” invoice may require customs’ approval, which could delay your shipment.  We highly recommend finding the original invoices for any commercial shipment.

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